After every disaster we see moving profiles of those who have died. Why have we seen so few in this pandemic? Why do we talk about the numbers and not the human stories? NYT has an in-depth project to fix this. Heartbreaking to read. But all of us should.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. So is trying to put names and faces to the numbers.
The coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than 145,000 people around the world — artists, scientists, parents, teachers, friends. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. We're putting names and faces to the numbers. Here are some of their stories. 
Published almost daily, on a page called "Those We've Lost."
here is the latest from on victims of the the pandemic
Dette er de døde. De er ikke bare gamle. #StayAtHome
The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. So is trying to put names and faces to the numbers.
How many famous people who have died of COVID were still healthy and young enough to be in the primes of their careers?
I believe firmly that even those who think deeply about the pandemic can get numbed to the scale and inhumanity of it. Reading about the lives of those who've died needlessly is important and should be a community practice.
Those We’ve Lost. The coronavirus pandemic has taken so many lives. Here are some of their names and faces. Each one is more than a statistic.
Those We’ve Lost: coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than 145,000 people around the world — artists, scientists, parents, teachers, friends. Here are some of their stories. via
Those We’ve Lost
Important distinction: these are death notices, paid for by families and friends. The NYT obituary staff, with the help of volunteers from around the newsroom, is writing amazing profiles of those who died from the coronavirus. You can read those here
Worth taking a moment to look through and take in just how much we've lost
This is such a small fraction of those that have died.
I’ve been thinking today about #Covid19 pandemic fatigue. Am I tired of being careful? Am I slipping in healthy habits? Am I putting people I love at risk? Well loved people are dying, every day, and it helps to remember them. Those We’ve Lost
"Those We've Lost" section in lists obituaries of people that died of #COVID19. #HermanCain is not listed. My two hypotheses are (1) because of his reckless/maskless conduct, his death is considered a suicide, or (2) his death is not a loss.
Those We’ve Lost #COVID19
Those We’ve Lost - The New York Times
Grateful for ⁦⁩ haunting coverage of those we have lost to COVID-19, even if they will never be able to scratch the surface of it.
The beautiful people lost to the Corona Pandemic! 💔💔💔 NYT has put a face to the statistics.
Some of those who died from #COVID19 in the US. #NeverForget